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as senior v-p of finance. he's also had stints at nokia simens, xerox, and general motors. the ceo of ge is putting his money where his mouth is...jeff immelt is showing his confidence in the company by investing his entire 2013 bonus in ge stock. he purchased nearly 104,000 shares. paying $2.6 million.. immelt tells shareholders: i believe in ge. ge stock currently trades around $25 dollars. rising 2% on immelts move.. in our cover story, the supreme court expands federal protections for whistleblowers. after the enron scandal, employees of public companies were protected from retaliation, including firing if they blew the whistle on activities that could jeorpardize investor holdings. now, employees of private companies working on behalf of a public company have those same safeguards. the supreme court ruled that two employees of fidelity investments, america's 23rd largest private company, were passed over for promotion, and threatened with charges of insubordination for alerting supervisors of improper accounting practices involving fidelity's mutual funds--it's public companies.
from the ge program. for five 5 years i was in an after school program that allowed g and e kids and because of this, the after school program was one of the best experiences of my life. baunsd -- because they don't get to inaccurate with kids, they won't become friends. the only way kids get to interact is during the short pe session we have, and in middle school, if we, the mandarin immersion will be one part and ge will be another. it goes this way, it will be mostly segregated. and in order for ge and mi kids to be able to feel as one instead of segregated, you must all have electives to interact with different people and we all get to all feel as one. so please allow us to have 7th period. thank you. [ applause ] >> i have a couple of other names on the list. amy, ranch an, oh conel. >> next speaker, please. are we done with public comment? okay. >> my name is bill rose toe. i'm a parent of two elementary school children at star kirn currently in the mandarin program. at the add hoc committee i presented and asked the same thing to the committee members. at the time commiss
with what we have learned. specific.ges, to be a covers everything from health care to the handling of saddam hussein. is about hillary clinton. she is seen as a front-runner for president. as we get more insight , we look at this. >> hillary expressed a desire to show grace -- showcase her life. says, if hillary is comfortable throwing a big party, we to give a wonderful spread to people magazine, including photos of the honeymoon. it's a just a joint sitdown with barbara walters. it and they talked about having a guest appearance on the old comedy home-improvement. yearere are discussions in that are frank about mrs. clinton's actions and whether they're positive or negative toward the white house. >> some of it had to do with health care reform. the staff lamented, there is great concern that cbo will screw us. >> as stage and presumptuous at wrote, ian adviser might suggest that you consider throwing out all of the staff at the end of the meeting to hold a five minute private meeting with him. -- will showue the the value you place on is confidential advice. least two orbe at th
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whole grains... you can't help but see the good. >>> time to ge down to business. >> good morning, betty. delta airlines is revamping their frequent flier program. passengers will earn sky miles based on ticket prices instead of how far they fly. members without elite status will get 5 miles for every dollar spent. meanwhile a county in southern colorado with two recreational stores is the first to report just how much taxes have been collected on poll sales. the stores generated $1 million in sales in january. that translated to $56,000 in local sales taxes. back to you. >> thank you. >>> some stories making news this morning. hundreds of protesters in turkey clash with police over voice recordings that include the prm telling his son to hide money from authorities. protesters shot fireworks at police who responded with fire hoses. >>> former new england patriot aaron hernandez got into a fight with an inmate. an altercation took place and neither were injured. tmz claims that hernandez beat up the other prisoner pretty badly. >>> four top police officers in king city, california, have
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.56. >>> general electric ceo invested his entire 2013 bonus, about $2.6 million, in g.e stock. he has bought more company stock this year than any other ceo of any s&p 500 company. he's also the largest inside stakeholder at ge. his vote of confidence lifted shares 2% to 25.65 on this up day. delta canceled 8,000 flights in february. but that actually helped the airline increase passenger unit revenue. that is a key measure of performance. the company was able to fill more seats on fewer flights, which is more cost effective. and that helped send shares to an all-time high up almost 6% to $34.45. and qualcomm's board approved a $5 billion increase to its stock buy back program. the world's largest cell phone chipmaker also hiked its quarterly dividend by 20% to 42 cents a share. and that sent the stock up more than 3% to finish at $76.11. >>> oil and the global energy market were front and center at the annual cell week gathering of industry leaders from around the world today discussing everything from the russia ukraine conflict, the controversial keystone pipeline, u.s. oil and gas exports and
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at ge. >>> thanks for staying with us. tonight, love this segment, really appreciate the questions every night on "the ed show" and our "ask ed live" segment. why has congress turned their backs on long-term unemployment? well, i know there's one party that hasn't. the democrats would like to do something about it. the liberals would like to do something about it for sure. but the reality of it is long-term unemployment in this country had very little or no political clout. it's unfortunate, but that's the way it is. our next question from romanman. will you ever get a two-hour show? one hour is just not enough. 15 hours of radio a week and five hours of tv and you want more out of my hide? give me a break. what are you trying to do, win a fishing trip out of me or what? i'll do whatever the boss asks me to do. how's that? more coming up. >>> i'm morgan brennan with your "cnbc market wrap." stocks up across the board. the dow gained 74 point, the s&p hit an all-time high, adding 9, and the nasdaq rose 26 points. the number of americans filing first-time claims for unemployment bene
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that are friends with trees. [ train whistle blows ] ♪ my mom works at ge. >>> back to "hardball." and time for the side show. its fourth anniversary of first lady michelle obama's let's move campaign. and to celebrate, you could say president obama and vice president biden both took a victory lap, literally. ♪ >> mr. president, you ready to move? >> absolutely. lets do this thing. let's move. ♪ >> man, you're hard to keep up with. >> you did great out there. after a good workout, you got drink up. >> all right. >> otherwise you're going to be in trouble with jill and michelle. >> just let michelle know i did drink this. >> same time next week? >> same time next week. >> it's like a beer commercial. its second let's move video released this week. the first lady also joined comedian will ferrell to lead a focus group with children about healthy eating and exercise. and while kids do say the darnedest things, so does will ferrell. and as you'll see, the kids ended up schooling him. >> also, diet coal lab, is that a vegetable? >> no! >> what's to funny? >> you're funny. >> you're funny. if
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. [ whirring ] [ train whistle blows ] she makes trains that are friends with trees. ♪ my mom works at ge. >>> so far, the dow industrials up 220 points at 16,388. the s&p 500, just about 28 points from 1900. the nasdaq, 13-year highs there, up 74, almost 75 points. meanwhile, let's go to the bond market and check in with rick santelli, who is tracking the action at the cme. rick? >> reporter: well, in front of a big report, adp in the morning, risk is on in full-fledged trading force. we're up eight basis points, you see by the intraday ten, opening up to the end of january, you can see the levels. we held that basically the third at 2.58 yield. if we look at the dollar index which really wasn't very much of a flight to safety during when the market paid attention what's going on in ukraine, certainly it's paying attention, risk on and rates moving higher. as well as the dollar strength against the yen which continues to be the best chart to watch if you want to know the risk on day and how to trade ten-year note yields. tyler, back to you. >> rick santelli, thank you very much. seem
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blows ] she makes trains that are friends with trees. ♪ my mom works at ge. >>> new obamacare changes are coming out today. the administration now says it will allow insurers to keep people on the noncompliant health plans that were originally canceled. remember those very plans that president obama first promised you you could keep, then he said you couldn't keep it, well, now you can keep them again for three more years. this whole thing is a political ploy, in my opinion to try to shield vulnerable red-state democrats from any blowback in next fall's mid terms as those plans might be canceled again. here is health policy expert grace marie turner. if you like your plan, you can keep it. if you like your doctor, you can keep it, oops, then he said you couldn't, then he said oops i'll let you keep it for a year even though it's a pain in the neck for the insurance companies and may be more expensive. now he says, oops, you can have it for two more years. what do you make of it? totally, larry, you're right. it's absolutely politics, throwing the health insurance industry that is doin
. gegetsts t to o ththe e rorootod hydrates the scalp. seselslsunun e ititchchy y dry. >>> this adventure in the wild kingdom starts in kenya. here you see a lone zebra not with a whole pack crossing the river but behind the grasslands hidden. five lions and you can already see right here on the lower part of the screen they've already got something to eat, but they are thinking let's expand this the lions are e across the way. >> this is part of the horror movie where you want to yell don't go in there, you're going the wrong way. >> yes, but guess what, once it gets to shore it says, do you know what, maybe i need to go back to where i came from. >> what happened was the zebra saw the lion that jumped up on the edge right there and made its presence known. >> the lions were looking -- >> no way. >> no way! >> everybody get ready! >>> we jump from africa to china. this little lamb has seven legs. two in the back, five in the front. >> what? >> oh, my gosh. >> experts say this happens 1 in 7 million times. the sheep owner says he initially thought they would have to am
. $ you're history.cscalalp, memeet selsun science. seselslsunun e ititchchy y dry. gegetsts t to o ththe e rorootod hydrates the scalp. seselslsunun e ititchchy y dry. >>> noisy people in a library, no worse. can't exactly tell this person to shhh because it's not this guy's mouth that's making the noise. tell the shoes to shut up. i love this, this is a prankster guy, they got a youtube channel. squeaky toys to the bottom of their shoes, but the best, we're walking around like they can't help it. i'm so sorry, my bad. people are kind of like what the -- >> this would drive my dog nuts. >> i think it's driving everybody nuts in the place because it looks like people are trying to study. they got their laptops in groups, whatever. >> people have a lot of free time on their hands. these guys came up with the idea to put squeaky toys on their shoes. >> i like it. it's actually kind of funnier when they are going slower. >> sorry. >> i dare somebody to walk in late to a lecture hall. >> he does go into a class at one point. >> hi. >> oh. >> and you are? >> please tell me this is the right cl
selslsunun e ititchchy y dry. gegetsts t to o ththe e rorootod hydrates the scalp. seselslsunun e ititchchy y dry. >>> this is probably the scariest video you two will see all day because it involves live robots amongst us. as you can see here, there are a bun of windup robots. and they're just walking amongst the people of buenos aires as you see here. >> these are giant toys. >> these don't have any sort of artificial intelligence in order to take over the world that scientists have given them. this looks like a film. >> this is really well done. >> they even have shadows, like, the shadows are in the right place. yes, this is digitally done, this is for black sheep films and he's known for making short films with the fantastic afanta elements and he envisioned this is what it would be like if robots are walking around with us. >> the next generation "toy story" or something like that. it would be fun to watch. >> if this really happened it wouldn't be that scary because you can decipher easily who is human and who's a robot. it's scary when the robots look like humans and you don't know th
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for life. you're history.cscalalp, memeet selsun science. seselslsunun e ititchchy y dry. gegetsts t to o ththe e rorootod hydrates the scalp. seselslsunun e ititchchy y dry. >>> this is on a bus in the gold coast of australia. listen to these ladies who just got on the bus. >> [ bleep ]? >> they are making rale ining r comments toward another passenger and then they get physically violent kicking this man. according to reports this was an elderly indigenous man to australia. reports even say that he was nearly blind. they got on the bus according to reports drunk. cameras started rolling because people were so scared and offended. >> instead of filming this, step in. >> i was hoping that as the video plays that would happen? >> that's exactly what happens. >> somebody stop it! >> another passenger eventually forces these two girls from the bus. >> just get off the bus! >> now, you'll feel a little bit better about the person behind the camera not stepping in. it turns out that that person was a 13-year-old girl and she started getting the incident on camera because she was so scared. thi
science. seselslsunun e ititchchy y dry. gegetsts t to o ththe e rorootod hydrates the scalp. seselslsunun e ititchchy y dry. >>> it is a tough life if you're a pelican and you lose your parents and your flock all before you learn how to fly that's what happened to this bird here. his name is big bird. he was taken in by graystoke in tanzania, they found him when he came ashore during a storm and they fed him and cared for him and they have to teach him you on to fly. >> spread your wings. spread your wings. bye-bye. >> it's like a pterodactyl. >> it's a big bird. and here they are teaching it how to fly. >> are you kidding? he learned from the humans kind of showing the motion. that's pretty remarkable. that's a fun video. >> i love the person who figured out to put a go pro on this thing's bill and point it back at them. his little bald head screaming through the air. >>> we go from water fowl to a whale. this video was captured by some people sailing from st. croix to the bahamas and as you can see they are going at a pretty good clip. notice this whale. no problem keeping up,
.cscalalp, memeet selsun science. seselslsunun e ititchchy y dry. gegetsts t to o ththe e rorootod hydrates the s.calp seselslsunun e ititchchy y dry. >>> you're about to witness a game changer. pizza delivery, watch this guy. he's got a pizza to deliver. but guess what, the pizza receiver is up here on the third floor it looks like. pizza guy says i ain't got time for stairs, my friend. i'm just going to swing that pizza up to you, the customer has not paid yet. could have just locked the window and said thank you for the pizza, idiot. the guy is like, cool, you got the pizza, waiting for the money. looks like the guy has a 20 or something. i'll crinkle that up and drops it. dude catches it, peace out, keep the change. that is the brightest display of laziness i've ever seen. >> i feel like if you've got your piezza this way, all the cheese would be stuck to the top of the box. >> laziness on behalf of the pizza guy. laziness on behalf of the customer. nobody wants to go down or come up. the pizza got where it needed to go. >> they know each other. this is just what they do. >> yeah, called his
hospital discharges. so this is a very very large endeavor. we ge at this point about 300 referrals a month. we are trying to reach to 400-500 referrals a month. the one problem, every great program has a group of people left out. the funding we get is for people who are in medicare a or b. the people with medi-cal, medicare are legible. at this point cms isn't funding medi-cal only. it is for people who are medicare a and b and who aren't through managed hmo. what it provides is when people go to a hospital a lot of times people get rehospitalized because they don't understand their medication and plan and they don't have the transportation, ihh s, you make the it. there is a lot of things that can be put in place to prevent rehospitalization. it's a great program and we've started doing in takes since april. although this program has been in existence for a number of years, but because of the expansion of it because of cms funding we have been able to extend our program. something that we are starting to do this month on going which is a really big deal in my world is we are piloting rath
're history.cscalalp, memeet selsun science. seselslsunun e ititchchy y dry. gegetsts t to o ththe e rorootod hydrates the scalp. seselslsunun e ititchchy y dry. >>> logon to facebook.com/rightthisminute, stay in touch all day long. now back to the show.designed t safety feature on tall buildings, but these are near death experiences for children in china. this little boy hanging by his arms from this steel cage that protects windows. looks like the boy slipped out the window and then fell through the bars that just aren't close enough to keep his little body from falling through. >> he is high up. look at that. >> five stories up in the air. some neighbors below have gone out their window, there for half an hour before rescuers were able to show up. and you got to think there is like four people hanging on this thing now. who knows if it is going to give way. >> also, think about the bars that are probably jamming into his poor little body. probably can't even breathe. >> when rescuers did show up, they couldn't get not apartment because no one was home. they had to cut the door open with th
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in the neighborhood. >> why should people here came? >> they should care. number one it's a large country ge grarvegly, the size of france, 150 million people. it was called the breadbasket of the soviet union. someone far smarter than i observed russia without ukraine is a nation. russia with ukraine is an empire. the country is a highly educated country with enormous natural resources. i think we've been doing everything we can to support aspirations of people to be free, democratic and united as a country and positioned to really define their own dd. that's what this is about. >> tell me before you go about your client, the former leader there, yulia tymoshenko. we see her out of prison now but in a cheel chair. what's going on? >> yulia is suffering from a very painful back ailment that hopefully she'll get treated in the next few weeks. i will be seeing her in the next few days probably. i think she has a very unique role to play in unifying this country at this historically important time. she is from the east but her political base is in the west. >> interesting. >> she has great oratory cal sk
is force. we got to ge up. we have got to be tough. yeah, that's what goes into iraq at rouge costs of military lives and money. it kept us in afghanistan for 11 years. so i would prefer to deal with a complicated issue in a meshed way, serious international discussions about how we proceed. but force should be the last option that we use. >> so you are okay with the way the president is handling this right now? >> yes. >> senator bernie sanders, thanks, so much. remember tonight's answer at the bottom of the screen, share your thoughts, show in on facebook. we want to know what you think. coming up, a license to discriminate. the rapid response found. we talk about who is pulling the strings on the right wing recent anti-gay legislation. and still ahead, hundreds of people were arrested at a keystone xl pipeline protest outside the white house on sunday. a member of bold nebraska.org will join me to talk about why he doesn't think their message is being heard. stay with us. that are powered by the moon. ♪ . >> it's time now for the trend in social media is out there. we appreciat
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the ge 90 event at general electric, we change the engine on the plane. what they have done with the dreamliner is probably the most aggressive and advanced technological challenge we have seen in a decade. >> what does washington need to do to advance employment in highly technologically skilled jobs? >> i think that boeing is doing theeat job increasing diversity and geographic reach on their new manufacturing operations. i saw their paper today where united technologies was working on $1 billion on a grant from the government. >> i would say that it has become a much more sophisticated conversation. >> it certainly has. your former colleague runs boeing and was at ge as well, what is it about ge that produces these industrial giant managers? thing i learned most under the mentorship of jack welch is that change is the only constant. innovation drives the top line. >> that is certainly what is taking place right now. we will have targeted earnings in just a moment. ♪ >> this is "bloomberg surveillance." scarlet fu, here with adam keen -- you're with tom keene and adam jo
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works at ge. >>> welcome back to "the ed show." i'm sure you've had conversations with your friends in the past, tired of hearing the story, you say get off, it get over it that's kind of where i feel about this story all about, but senator corker, if you want to keep bringing it up, i'm willing to play along. tennessee senator bob corker is whining about the united auto workers. they are the villain all of a sudden. the guy who won by cheating, he still isn't happy. here's what corker told reporters about the uaw on thursday. >> my knowledge of the uaw came into play, and let me say this i think my involvement from their officer perspective, getting took your base question, i probably am public enemy number one to the uaw. >> oh, no, the keyword's not enemy, the keyword is involvement. your involvement, senator. make no mistake, corker should be public enemy number one for the unions because he's writing the back on how to defeat them. guy intimidated workers at the chattanooga vehicles wagon plant, made threats about production not being in chattanooga if the vote didn't go the ri
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